William, Kate and Harry to attend re-dedication service at Diana’s grave

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are to attend a private service to re-dedicate the grave of Diana, Princess of Wales at her family home Althorp House.

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Families applaud as six face prosecution over Hillsborough disaster

Families of 96 Hillsborough victims broke into applause as they were told match commander David Duckenfield and five others are to face criminal charges nearly 30 years on from the death of their loved ones.

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‘Highly unusual’ square monument found within Avebury stone circle, surveys show

A “striking and apparently unique” square monument has been discovered within the famous stone circle at Avebury, archaeologists said.

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Nearly 10% of people living in the UK are from overseas, report concludes

Nearly one in 10 people living in the UK last year were foreign citizens, according to a major international report.

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Stormont meeting postponed amid last-ditch powersharing talks

A scheduled meeting of the Stormont Assembly has been postponed amid intensive last-ditch negotiations to restore powersharing before today’s 4pm deadline.

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Government defeats Labour amendment to Queen’s Speech

Theresa May’s minority Government has survived its first test of the new Parliament by defeating a Labour amendment to the Queen’s Speech.

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Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond dies following short illness

Michael Bond, the creator of Paddington bear, died at home aged 91 on Tuesday following a short illness, his publisher HarperCollins said in a statement.

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Southern Railway services disrupted by overtime ban in driver-only trains row

Southern Railway train drivers have started a ban on overtime which will lead to the cancellation of hundreds of services, causing fresh misery for the company’s 300,000 passengers.

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Labour pushes for ‘jobs first’ Brexit deal in final Queen’s Speech vote

Labour will challenge MPs to back a “jobs first” Brexit that delivers the “exact same benefits” of the European single market and customs union in the final round of Commons votes on the Queen’s Speech.

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7,000 Rolls-Royce jobs secured with firm’s £150m investment in East Midlands

More than 7,000 jobs are being safeguarded at Rolls-Royce after the group announced its biggest single investment in the UK for more than a decade.

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UK entry fee could be used to improve border technology

Visitors should be charged £10 to enter Britain to pay for new technology to avoid the need for a hard Irish border and increase the ease of doing business after Brexit, a think-tank has said.

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Heating bills push 11% of households below poverty line

Around 2.5 million households were struggling to pay their fuel bills in England in 2015, official figures show.

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Man died after being hit by van in Finsbury Park attack, inquest hears

A grandfather died after being struck by a van which crashed into a group of people during a terror attack near a mosque in north London, an inquest has heard.

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FTSE 100 falls further into red as pound soars after Carney hints at rate rise

London’s premier index sunk deeper into the red while the pound soared after Bank of England governor Mark Carney hinted at a potential interest rate hike.

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Government branded ‘shambles’ over public sector pay cap confusion

Labour has accused the Government of a “shambles” over public sector pay, amid confusion over the future of the 1% cap on annual rises.

Incident at London Bridge

Policeman blinded in one eye by London Bridge attackers fought off all three

A police officer has told how he fought off all three London Bridge attackers with just his baton after being blinded in one eye as they swiped at him with their knives.

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George Osborne takes sixth job with role at University of Manchester

Former chancellor George Osborne is to become honorary professor of economics at the University of Manchester, racking up his sixth job since leaving the Cabinet last year.

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Grenfell Tower inquiry chairman vows ‘vigorous’ investigation

The new chairman of the Grenfell Tower inquiry has said he understands the desire for a “vigorous” investigation that “gets to the truth as quickly as possible”.

Prime Minister?s Questions

Here’s what you need to know about the Government voting against Labour’s Queen’s Speech amendment

MPs have rejected Labour’s amendment to the Queen’s Speech on day five of the debate, but what does that mean?

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Brokenshire returns to lead powersharing negotiations at Stormont

Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has returned from Westminster to lead discussions at Stormont.

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